Our Guiding Principles
We are led by the needs, expectations and hopes of young people today.
Many programmes exist that support the personal development of pupils. These tend to target either end of the demographic curve; at one end the ‘privileged elite’ generally in private settings, and at the other end the ‘at risk‘ and ‘underprivileged’. We are on a mission to ‘democratise’ access to personal development for all young people everywhere.
The creation of the C4L will involve curating and blending content that may originate from differing world views and perceptions. Our pluralistic approach is founded on diversity and inclusion, we have no single flag to fly.
Our work relies on collaborative working and open-minded co-creation, in service to the greater good. This manifests in positive compromise, learning together and conscious and diligent leadership.
Collective and planetary wellbeing
We recognise the urgency of the climate and ecological crisis and advocate the critical role played by education in responding to the new global realities.